Luceo is pleased to have been included in this year’s Look3 festival and, now that we’re all back to our grinds in our respective home-cities, a little recap is in order. Our group multimedia installation, Still Hoping, made its debut in the Look3 Theater and we’re very proud to have had the opportunity to share that space with the heavy hitters at The New York Times and Mediastorm –just to name a few. It’s only been a year and a half since we all locked ourselves into an apartment for a week and plotted out Luceo’s future and we’re very pleased to see the fruits of our labor come together at such a unique event.
Kevin German, David Walter Banks, and Matt Eich also represented Luceo in a few other venues. German and Eich had their own respective installations in the POYi gallery and Banks and Eich both had projections that were included in Slideluck Potshow’s contribution to the festival.
The weekend turned out to be a good opportunity to catch up our friends from the MJR Collective as well as Miki Johnson from the Resolve Blog. Her write-up, here, really sums up our sentiments about the state of the industry and our own approach to staying optimistic and productive in these times of upheaval. That is something that, on a larger scale, Melissa Lyttle and the listserve and blog at Aphotoaday.org have been instrumental in doing for years. We’re thankful to her for including our piece on today’s edition of that blog and also for keeping that forum and community alive and well.
And, of course, a huge thanks is in order to the Gina Martin and Jenna Pirog at National Geographic as well as Will May and Maryanne Golon from the festival. Your support and encouragement was crucial to bringing our work to Look3 this year.
Eich’s work in the POYi Gallery
German’s work in the POYi Gallery